You shouldn’t have to pass this option.
According to the logs, there’s no SOGo server at https://sogo.uv.es/SOGo/dav, but some login script. Please contact your admin.
@rfc2822 I have contacted the admin, but with aCalDAV I can connect correctly with this account. So I don´t know why with Davdroid not.
@logos88 Unfortunately, I can’t tell you that. I just can tell you what’s in the logs …
@rfc2822 then this is maybe a bug or an improvement that Davdroid could do to been able to handle this kind of accounts too.
@logos88 Do you have new information available? According to the logs, there is not DAV service. When there is no DAV service, DAVdroid can’t handle it.
@rfc2822 just what I said, that there really is a DAV service which I can connect to with other apps (like aCalDAV ), but that Davdroid somehow doesn´t can find and connect.
@logos88 According to the logs, the server says that there is no service. When sending a
PROPFIND to https://sogo.uv.es/SOGo/dav, it returns a redirect (302 Found) to https://as.uv.es/cgi-bin/AuthServer?ATTREQ=sogo&PAPIPOAREF=47eea342dd3a01be67234b379622acb5&PAPIPOAURL=https%3A%2F%2Fsogo.uv.es%2FSOGo%2Fdav. When using this URL (which doesn’t sound like a CalDAV/CardDAV URL), it returns 200 OK (which is the wrong response for
PROPFIND plus some HTML page.
I’d really appreciate if you could explain how this should be possible if there’s a CalDAV/CardDAV service at this URL.